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horizons. There are lots of neat ways to improve the look of your site; try as
many of them as you’d like.
Working with the pages of your Web site
Office Live starts you with four Web-site pages: Home, About Us, Contact Us,
and Site Map. These pages appear as navigation aids on every one of your
Web site pages, making it easy to navigate from page to page. You may find
the default pages are perfect as they stand, but odds are you’ll want to add
more pages. Or you might wake up in the middle of the night with the burning
desire to change the names of the pages. You might even decide that the
default page names are perfect, but the order of the pages needs a bit of
tweaking. No problemo — these are all easy feats to accomplish.
Adding new pages to your Web site
Scrollitis is a condition that affects many Web sites. Scrollitis occurs when a
Web page has so much content that you have to scroll down to view the
bottommost contents of a page. If your Web site suffers from this malady, rest
assured that there’s a simple cure — add more Web pages.
Adding a new page to your Web site is just about effortless if you follow
these steps:
1. Click WebSite on the Navigation bar of the Office Live home page.
The Page Manager opens.
2. Click New Page.
The Select a Template page opens (see Figure 5-6).
Figure 5-6:
Adding a
new page
to your
Web site.
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